Fourth person charged over Tyabb homicide

Homicide Squad detectives have charged a fourth person relating to the death of a man located in Tyabb on 22 October 2017. A 46-year-old Elwood woman has today been charged with murder and false impr...

School’s tasteful garden

IT’S easy to understand why the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen and Garden Foundation asked to hold one of its professional development days at Osborne Primary School, Mt Martha. The school has hosted th...

Surviving and thriving with cancer

WHEN Somers local Linda Wilson was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer six years ago, she made a decision to live life to the fullest. She has been able to do just that while staying in her local commun...

‘Mabo’ walk aims to de-mystify history

WILLUM Warrain Aboriginal Association held its second Mornington Peninsula Reconciliation Walk on Sunday – Mabo Day 3 June – with the theme: “Don’t keep history a mystery”. A crowd of about 750, incl...

Supermarket’s backing in the bag

BALNARRING Boomerang Bags is the first group to have its own stall in a supermarket. Ritchies’ IGA manager Matt Skiller has given the group space as the 30 June deadline for the statewide banning of ...

Anglers cast reasons to stay put

WESTERN Port Angling Club members met last week to hear an update on their fight against the Mornington Peninsula Shire’s plans to move their clubhouse away from the water. About 70 people attended, ...